26,563 large scale Bath Design Photos

Dunlap Design Group, LLC
5 Reviews
Powder Room
Ideabooks10,669
Questions13
Use a large-scale pattern. A large-scale pattern, like this wide stripe, can trick the eye into seeing expanded space. The square footage might stay the same, but the bathroom will feel bigger.
Use a large-scale pattern. A large-scale pattern, like this wide stripe, can
Large wall stripes widen small room
Dunlap Design Group, LLCSave to IdeabookEmail Photo 6. Use a large-scale pattern. A large-scale pattern, like this wide stripe, can trick the eye into seeing expanded
Use a large-scale pattern. A large-scale pattern, like this wide stripe, can trick the eye into seeing expanded space. The square footage might stay the same, but the bathroom
6. Use a large-scale pattern. A large-scale pattern, like this wide stripe, can trick the eye into seeing expanded space. The square footage might stay the same, but the bathroom
“SMALL BATHROOM IMPROVEMENT TIP 5. Use a large-scale pattern. A large-scale pattern, like this wide s” — chrissie01
Brandon Barré Architectural Interior Photographer
3 Reviews
Bridle Path Powder Room
Ideabooks3,702
Questions3
put something like this on the large wall in the sitting area
Tile mosaic. Tile is an everyday bathroom material; take it to the next level by arranging it in a bold, large-scale mosaic. These English roses make the bathroom feel like a garden oasis.
The heavy hitters in the high-end mosaic tile arena are Italian, and this one is Bisazza. The large-scale patterns and luscious colors are bold, contemporary interpretations of mosaic art.
Utilizing pink in a gorgeous, eye-catching tile design is another bold choice. The scale of this piece makes it more "modern grannie chic."
“Not my thing but that's really cool” — kedrodamon
Elad Gonen
1 Review
bathroom
Ideabooks6,001
Questions6
tile work, one large flower focal point
Another way to go large scale is to zoom in; a closeup of a sunflower is the focal point of this powder room. The fact that the walls, ceiling and floor are all covered in the
The large-scale floral makes a big impact and seems to glow with sunlight. Looking at this would probably be a lot more cheerful than looking at my own face in the
“nemaivazut” — Monica Oltean
Jute Interior Design
7 Reviews
Noe Valley Powder bath
Ideabooks7,872
Questions5
handle a pattern with a large scale, lots of color and movement or a hint of whimsy. If covering the entire room feels too intense, paper one accent wall and paint the other ones.
Small bathrooms offer the perfect opportunity for whimsy and fun and statement. This large-scale paper absolutely makes
“Nice wallpaper” — caryomears
Min | Day Architects
Sonoma Farm House
Ideabooks11,928
Questions6
This photo is definitely not photoshopped! The shower is large, I don't have exact dimensions but the shower is approx 42" wide by 60" long. The glass is min 3/8" thick. The clips are from C.R. Laurence I believe
gray large tile floor
large mirror...large scale tiles
“I like the idea of not step into shower. Same floor across whole bathroom.” — ideas90
Kaufman Homes, Inc.
19 Reviews
Thompson
Ideabooks1,141
Questions5
large-scale wallpaper
Mirror on large wall
large swirls
“paint” — Kim Kulch
Prestige Designs
6 Reviews
Copat Kitchens
Ideabooks600
Questions4
large scale tile
lights and large shower tile
“Bathroom” — saycheese1969
Jane Kim Design
Jane Kim Design
Ideabooks17,739
Questions6
large architectural mirror finished to look like heavy metal; single plank countertop
Tip: When designing for a large, open space, consider scale and history. A copper window from a building facade now serves as a unique, patinated mirror in the powder room and holds its own within the large proportions of the loft.
copper, not a faux finish. The simple wall-to-wall slab of wood as the counter complements the bold scale of the design. The next time you stop in an architectural salvage store, think about how large-scale pieces might be incorporated into a bathroom vanity area.
upstate New York. Kim had extra copper pieces fabricated to extend the copper over the entire wall. "Because the mirror is at the scale of architecture and is of the scale of an old window opening, you really get the feeling like you're looking into another room when you stand in front of it," Kim says
“ada vanity” — petenlee
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